In this article, you will learn how to draw Geometric Shapes with the given condition in a few simple steps.

## Step by step guide to Draw Geometric Shapes with given condition

Drawing geometric shapes is not a difficult thing to make. To draw geometric shapes, it is enough to have the required instructions and data and draw the shape based on them.

To draw geometric shapes, pay attention to the given information:

- To draw a parallelogram, we need four sides that every two opposite sides are parallel and equal in length.
- To draw a right triangle, we need a \(90\)-degree angle, and using the Pythagorean theorem we can find the other two angles (for a total of \(90\)degrees).
- To draw an isosceles triangle, we only need one angle because an isosceles triangle has two equal sides and two equal angles.
- To draw polygons, we only need to know the number of sides of the polygon.
- To draw a square, we need four sides of equal size and four \(90\)-degree angles.
- To draw a rectangle, we need four sides and four \(90\)degree angles and the opposite sides are equal in length.

### Drawing Geometric Shapes with given condition Example 1:

Draw an isosceles triangle with only one \(70^{\circ}\) angle.

**Solution:** Isosceles triangle has two equal sides and two equal angles. Let the measure of two angles be \(x\).

\(x+x+80=180→2x+80=180→2x=180-80=100→x=50\)

### Drawing Geometric Shapes with given condition Example 2:

Draw an obtuse triangle. An obtuse angle is greater than \(90\) and less than \(180\).

**Solution:** Using a protractor, draw an angle between 90 degrees and 180 degrees (for example, an angle of 110 degrees).

Connect the two sides of this angle to form a triangle.

## Exercises for Drawing Geometric Shapes with given condition

**Draw each shape with the given condition.**

- Draw a 7 sided polygon
- Draw an equilateral triangle.